Container technology provides unparalleled improvements in efficiency and agility of packaging and deploying applications. Containers offer VM-like isolation and process-like efficiency and hence are becoming the de-facto method for deploying micro-services. However, using containers for running services at scale has required that operations team handle complex, dynamically changing infrastructure requirements, or run the risk or […]
Object oriented development turns 50 this year. During that time, hundreds of OO languages have come and gone. And yet, with the exception of Smalltalk and a few research languages, none of them were actually object-oriented. I think we might now be seeing a revival of the spirit of OO, but it is coming from […]
Speaker: Joshua Kerievsky (@JoshuaKerievsky), CEO @ Industrial Logic Inc. Code that is difficult to understand, hard to modify and challenging to extend is hazardous to developers, users and organizations. Refactoring, or improving the design of existing code, is one of our greatest defenses against such code. In this talk, I’ll discuss the value of refactoring, […]
Speaker: Mary Poppendieck (@mpoppendieck), Poppendieck.LLC 2020 used to be far in the future. Today it’s four years away. We no longer need to guess what breakthroughs await us in that magic year, the future is hiding in plain sight. The Cloud, Big Data, the Internet of Things, Virtual Reality. The question is not what the […]
Speaker: Ted Johansson (@drenmi) from EngageRocket Event Page: Produced by Engineers.SG Recorded by: Michael Cheng & Dona Banerjee Help us caption & translate this video!
This Active Storage tutorial for Ruby on Rails 5.2 covers using it for image uploads. Due to Paperclip being deprecated in Ruby on Rails 5.2, the alternative that I’m choosing to go with is the built in active storage. This tutorial covers setting up active storage and making a very basic image upload application. The […]
This Active Storage tutorial for Ruby on Rails 5.2 covers using it for file uploads. Due to Paperclip being deprecated in Ruby on Rails 5.2, the alternative that I’m choosing to go with is the built in active storage. This tutorial covers setting up active storage and making a very basic file upload application. The […]